Howdy folks, Jonathan here with a little update. To give Bryan and Chewie a little more time off I extended the hiatus by a week and went into our back catalog to share one of my favorite episodes of the podcast: Why Don’t You Play In Hell by Japanese filmmaker Sion Sono. On recommendation by Bryan and Chewie and for the podcast I gave this film a shot and it won me over completely with it’s black comedy and excessive violence. I hope you check it out!
Continue reading RERUN – Ep #202 – Why Don’t You Play In Hell
For our last episode of the hiatus we’re going back to episode one hundred to talk about the best movie ever made. You’re probably thinking of a specific movie in your head as we say this, so let’s make sure we’re all on the same page here. It’s Terminator 2: Judgement Day. Glad we could sync up on that. Enjoy!
Continue reading RERUN – Ep #100 – Terminator 2: Judgement Day
We’re still in hiatus this week so we thought it would be interesting to go back to our episode on THE BABADOOK, one of the best horror films of the last decade. Chewie was here to help us dissect what makes this movie so dang great, as was friend of the show Hunter and newcomer Donnacha. It’s worth noting that we had Donnacha call in over the internet, so his audio quality is a little low. Apologies in advance. It’s the Babadook’s fault.
Continue reading RERUN – Ep #103 – The Babadook
This week we’re going back to an earlier episode for one of Bryan’s favorite movies – Ex Machina. The gang is all here, with Sam making another guest appearance (before she became a regular on the show). It’s a great discussion about an awesome, thought-provoking film, and if you missed it the first time now is your chance to hear what we had to say about it.If you haven’t seen the film by now…what are you waiting for? Go. See. Now!
Continue reading RERUN – Ep #108 – Ex Machina
We’re going back in time for our hiatus month for one of Bryan’s favorite battle episodes – the Friday the 13th Battle. Join Bryan, Ryan, Josh, Graham and Tony as they duke it out for Friday the 13th supremacy. It’s a fun episode and a fun walk down memory lane. Join us, won’t you?
Continue reading RERUN – Ep #117 – Friday the 13th Battle
This week we’re talking about the best animated film of 2018, and the one to beat out Disney at the Academy Awards – Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse! It’s a wonderful, hilarious, and genre-elevating film bursting at the seams with heart. Special thanks to Bryan Newton for joining us to break down everything we love about this film and give us insight into the animation.
Continue reading Episode #275 – Spider-Man: Into The Spider-verse
This week on the podcast we all switch bodies! Just kidding. Actually, we talk about the wonderful, fantastical, body-switching, and time-traveling movie Your Name – a cinematic treat with a great story and even greater animation. Special thanks to friend of the show Paul Krueger for joining us and giving some great insight on the film.
Continue reading Episode #274 – Your Name
This week it’s a more intimate podcast as Bryan and Chewie talk about A Fish Called Wanda…all from the comfort of their marital bed! The film sports a stellar cast, including John Cleese, Michael Palin, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Kevin Kline, who practically steals the show. An overall fun romp, the likes of which don’t get made today.
Continue reading Episode #273 – A Fish Called Wanda (Mini Episode)
This week on the podcast it’s just Bryan and Jon as they talk about Inspector Gadget and Green Lantern, two movies that were widely hated and that ended up damaging or altering the careers of their main actors. They delve into the similarities between the films as well as what worked and what didn’t. It’s a fun, smaller episode that you won’t want to miss.
Continue reading Episode #272 – Inspector Gadget & Green Lantern
Scaramouche? Galileo? Beelzebub? We grapple with the disappointing Bohemian Rhapsody this week on the podcast and try to make sense of what went wrong and why this couldn’t have just been a movie about Freddie Mercury and Bowie creating “Under Pressure.” Special thanks to Elliot Campos for joining us this week and providing – once again – an excellent breakdown worthy of Queen itself.
Continue reading Episode #271 – Bohemian Rhapsody